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What parts of Ireland are in a different timezone than the UK? Are the differences so large that the nation needs its own section?
Also, we need an explanation about the "standard time" and "winter time" designations. We wouldn't want readers to think Irish Standard Time was observed during the same period as Western European Time, as that would cause confusion. --Uncle Ed (talk) 12:28, 19 November 2013 (UTC)